DCL has provided structural engineering services to redevelop the site of the former Nat West bank on fashionable Berkeley Square.
Located in the heart of Mayfair on the eastern side of Berkeley Square, Berkeley Square House (built 1930s), was one of the first fully framed reinforced concrete buildings in London. The building comprised of approximately 500,000 square feet spread over fourteen floors. The site presented the usual challenges DCL are experts in overcoming, namely delivering innovative structural solutions in historic central London locations.
Opening late 2015 the site is now home to Caprice Holdings newest restaurant, Sexy Fish. Featuring a private dinning room with capacity for 48, the 8,500 sq ft restaurant is the latest offering in London’s burgeoning dining and entertainment scene. Decorated with artwork from Frank Gehry, Damien Hirst, and Michael Roberts, Sexy Fish has been designed by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio and has a mid-century glamour and refinement.
DCL is a multi-disciplinary, forward thinking engineering practice. Founded by individuals with a wide degree of engineering expertise gained over more than thirty years, working in the City of London and the regions. We have a unique understanding of the practical and aesthetic challenges faced by clients working on historic and modern properties in these areas.